Manchester City are only willing to pay £35 million for Kyle Walker, while Tottenham value the defender at £50 million, according to The Sun.
Walker has been linked with a move to the Etihad for the last couple of months following a reported row with manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Spurs manager is believed to have concerns over Walker’s fitness and ability to play more than one match a week, something the right-back strongly disagrees with.
Walker lost his place in the starting line-up to Kieran Trippier in big games towards the end of the season, making an exit seem inevitable.
Tottenham apparently value Walker at close to £50 million, but Manchester City want to pay just £35 million, meaning the saga is set to drag on through the summer unless Manchester City pay a huge fee soon.
Wages shouldn’t be a problem for City. Walker earns around £65,000-a-week, which they could easily double.
But with four years left on his contract, you can see why Spurs are keen on receiving big money.